Akar and Dunford meet in Incirlik
ADANA - Chief of Staff Hulusi Akar met with US counterpart Dunford in Incirlik.
Chief of Staff Gen. Hulusi Akar and US Chief of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford met in Incirlik.
US Chief of Staff Gen. Joseph Dunford landed at Incirlik Base in Adana at 10.45 yesterday morning. Dunford spoke with the Chief of General Staff Akar about the PKK and Daesh [ISIS].
According to the statement made by the Turkish Armed Forces, "The Euphrates, which is being executed on August 24, 2016 under the Coalition framework in order to ensure the border security of our country, to prevent Daesh threats and attacks, to contribute to the transformation of displaced people into their homeland and to protect civilizations / Operation has been a great success thanks to the intense and determined struggle of FSA [Free Syrian Army] backed by the Turkish Armed Forces."
The following statements were made in the declaration that the control of El Bab district was provided: "The fact that the displaced people started to return to the secured areas, that there was a great deal of control in the region of Al Bab, that search and screening activities are carrying out, the protection of the territorial integrity of Syria and Iraq and the fight against terrorism , that fight will continue to effectively with all kinds of terrorist organizations, especially the Daesh, and that it is very important for the Coalition forces to continue to support this given scope.”
It was noted that a consensus on the fight against Kurdish and Iraqi organizations, especially the PKK and Daesh, was also confirmed in order to ensure security in the region. (ILKHA)